“Feel good food”: Korean restaurant chain Grounded Kitchen opens a new branch in Leamington

A new branch of Grounded Kitchen (Korean restaurant chain) opened this week in Leamington Spa. The official ribbon cutting was done by Mayor of Leamington Spa Cllr Nick Wilkins and Branch Manager Faizan Elahi.

Korean restaurant chain Grounded Kitchen has opened its latest branch in Leamington.

An event to celebrate the opening of the branch in Warwick Street – in the premises formerly occupied by Betfred – took place yesterday (Tuesday 16th August) with the Mayor of Leamington, Cllr Nick Wilkins in attendance, who conducted the official inauguration of the restaurant.

Grounded Kitchen serves food and drinks including shichimi, bulgogi, fire buldak and hearty gochujang bowls, bao rolls, fire broth, ssambaps, pancakes, ice cream, quenchers, Superfood Frappes and Lattes.

The interior of the new Grounded Kitchen branch in Warwick Street, Leamington. Image provided.

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Ralph Llanwarne, Franchise Manager of Grounded Kitchen, said: “We are delighted to open our first store in Leamington.

“We pride ourselves on providing meals so tasty that people forget that our primary goal is to achieve a healthy balance, and we’re thrilled that the community can now experience our nutritious Korean bowls at Grounded Kitchen for themselves.”

Some nutritious dishes served in the new branch of Grounded Kitchen in Leamington. Image provided.
Some nutritious dishes served in the new branch of Grounded Kitchen in Leamington. Image provided.

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